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By Osama Al Sharif - Nov 20,2018
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was able to save his right-wing ruling coalition by the skin of his teeth following a tumultuous week that saw a breakout of violence in Gaza, a tense truce resulting in the resignation of Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman in protest.
By Osama Al Sharif - Nov 13,2018
If, as it is said, politics is a blood sport, then it has just got ten bloodier in the wake of last week’s US congressional midterm elections. It was a half victory, half defeat for both parties.
By Osama Al Sharif - Nov 06,2018
The coming days, even hours, will be crucial in determining the fate of Gaza Strip; either a continuation of the current impasse between Israel and Hamas; thus exacerbating what the UN calls an “unprecedented humanitarian crisis”, or a breakthrough that promises to deliver a part
By Osama Al Sharif - Oct 31,2018
The four-way summit that was held in Istanbul on Saturday on Syria was extraordinary in more than one way.
By Osama Al Sharif - Oct 23,2018
There is a national sense of relief, pride and euphoria following His Majesty King Abdullah’s historic decision Sunday to terminate two annexes in the Jordan-Israel peace treaty relating to Israel’s use of Jordanian lands.
By Osama Al Sharif - Oct 16,2018
Iraq’s prime minister-designate, Adel Abdul Mahdi has his work cut out for him. He is a consensus choice for one of the most difficult jobs in the region and, indeed, the world.
By Osama Al Sharif - Oct 09,2018
East Jerusalem Palestinians are facing a vicious onslaught as Israel begins to implement a series of measures aimed primarily at limiting their presence in the Holy City and its environs and weakening their position as residents.
By Osama Al Sharif - Oct 03,2018
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamen Netanyahu is thriving in the age of populist politics and ultra-nationalist politics, crowd steering tirade.
By Osama Al Sharif - Sep 25,2018
US President Donald Trump will be the centre of attention this week as he addresses the UN General Assembly on Tuesday and chairs a special session of the Security Council on Wednesday.
By Osama Al Sharif - Sep 18,2018
It began as a grassroots movement in Gaza to mark the 70th anniversary of Nakba (or catastophe), when hundreds of thousands of Palestinians were forced from their homes in the wake of the 1948 Arab-Israeli war.

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